Nature Resounds in Israel - Part II

Catalog number: KSUCD306
16 soundscapes, total time 78'11"

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My sincere thanks to all of you who made possible this recording. I would especially like to thank my guides Ariela Toivanen and Netanel BarDavid. Their help was crucial in finding the best sites to make these recordings.

Kuopio 12th August 2006
Lauri Hallikainen
Producer / Recording engineer

Track descriptions and background species

This recording was made during the period 28.3 – 4.4 in several locations: The Ein Gedi oasis which is a natural wildlife site on the west bank of the Dead Sea close to the Negevi Desert (tracks 4, 11 and 15); in the village of Jad Hashmona and its neighbouring hills, situated in Central Israel in the Judea Mountains to the west of Jerusalem (tracks 1, 3, 6, 7 and 9); in the Kfar Blum kibbutz and the nearby natural wildlife site located in the Hule Valley in the north of Israel which is a favourite resting spot for migrating birds (tracks 2, 5, 8, 10, 12, 13 and 13).

In the CD you can hear the following bird and frog species: Rock Dove (track 8), Eastern Olivaceous Warbler (tracks 2 and 14), Graceful Warbler (tracks 5 and 14), European Green Tree Frog (track 12), Spur-winged Plover (track 10), Eurasian Collared Dove (tracks 3, 5, 7 and 8), Laughing Dove (tracks 3, 9 and 11), Cetti’s Warbler (tracks 5, 8, 13 and 14), European Greenfinch (track 6), Eurasian Scops Owl (track 13), Tristram’s Starling (tracks 11 and 15), White-spectacled Bulbul (tracks 4 and 11), Chukar Partridge (tracks 1 and 7), Eurasian Blackbird (tracks 3 and 13), Dead Sea Sparrow (track 9).

Translated by Airi MacDonald and Ewen MacDonald 2006

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